MOORE COUNTY PERSPECTIVE – HUMAN TRAFFICKING with CHANGING DESTINIES MINISTRY & DRUG FREE MOORE COUNTY INC.
Child/Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world and is the second largest criminal enterprise, after drugs in the United States. 80% of human trafficking victims are women and girls and up to 50% are minors. Co-founded in Oct. 2012 with Sandy Stewart, Kym Nixon speaks in detail about Human Trafficking in Moore County and the Changing Destinies Ministry. Kym speaks eloquently about a difficult subject for many to hear. Their BREAK EVERY CHAIN EVENT will be hosted at the Owens Auditorium at Sandhills Community College on Saturday, Oct. 12th at 7:00 p.m. Featured speakers include:
Jillian Mourning (rescued survivor), www.AllWeWantIsLove.org. Antonia Neet Childs (rescued survivor), www.neetssweets.com
Emily Fitchpatrick, On Eagles Wings Ministries and The Hope House Shelter, www.oewm.net & www.hopehousenc.com
and Michelle Dudley, www.fashionandcompassion.com
Joining Kym is the Executive Director of Drug-Free Moore County Inc, J.R. Gibbons, and Moore County’s Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit Detective Jesse Stubbs. Together these gentleman interface with Kym about the common ground problems, as well continuing to provide prevention and intervention information for Moore County residents. RED RIBBON WEEK during Oct. and Operation Medicine Drop on Saturday, Oct. 26th are two events they discuss in detail.